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Step 11

Once you shrink the size of the cell, and your photo is smaller, it’s easier to see the margin lines that define the border of the cell. Those margins were there in the previous steps, but the photo was so close to the full size of the page that you couldn’t see those margins easily. To adjust each margin individually (top, bottom, left, and right), go to the Layout panel and move the Margins sliders, or just by click-and-drag one of the margins. To move the photo up higher on the page in Figure 11, I clicked the bottom margin and dragged it upward. If you try this technique, take a look over at the Margins sliders in the Layout panel. The margin has been changed for the Bottom slider, but you did it by dragging the margin rather than by moving the slider.

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